Die VBO taakspan bring graag hierdie konferensie van Vineyard onder ons predikante se aandag. Die taakspan "moedig predikante aan om sover moontlik óók konferensies en kursusse van ons ekumeniese vennote by te woon. In die uitleef van ons missionale roeping is dit...
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Memorandum for Denominational Formation of students URCSA and DRC at Stellenbosch
Presented to the Curatoia of the DRC & ARCSA at stellenbosch
This memorandum is an attempt to develop a vision for the denominational training of students. The purpose is to further develop and integrate the current programme of supplementary training. The memorandum is an attempt to clarify our conceptual paradigm for denominational training of students. The concepts were discussed with colleagues who have been involved with the guidance of students during the past 3 to 5 years.
The following were taken into consideration:
• The URCSA policy documents on Ministerial Formation
• The current DRC and URCSA programme for supplementary denominational training at Stellenbosch
• The program of the Northern Theological Seminary of URCSA. The memorandum was discussed with Prof Klippies Kritzinger with reference to the practises and experiences of the Northern Theological Seminary. He made valuable suggestions and is of the opinion that the suggested programme embodies the policy documents of URCSA. It would be preverbal to involve Prof Kritzinger in future developments.
• The programme of the Western Theological Seminary, Formation for Ministry, which was developed by prof Jaco Hamman, an alumnus of the Faculty of Theology of Stellenbosch, who gave us practical ideas on how ministerial formation can work alongside and complimentary to the academic programs of the Faculty.
• The formation programs for ministers we developed at Communitas over the past number of years.
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